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    Low Cost DRO's from Igaging

    Again i am offering remote reading DRO’s for your lathe, mill, router, saw, etc. I still have a bunch of them. And 6” direct reading ones also for the quills.
    Igaging.com is where they are from, in lengths of 6”, 12”, 24” and 36”.
    Those little graduation marks on the little handwheels are really difficult to read for some of us, other just like the convince of knowing where they are and where they’re going . . .
    Contact me for more information. Thanks
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    Re: Low Cost DRO's from Igaging

    Quote Originally Posted by davidh View Post
    Again i am offering remote reading DRO’s for your lathe, mill, router, saw, etc. I still have a bunch of them. And 6” direct reading ones also for the quills.
    Igaging.com is where they are from, in lengths of 6”, 12”, 24” and 36”.
    Those little graduation marks on the little handwheels are really difficult to read for some of us, other just like the convince of knowing where they are and where they’re going . . .
    Contact me for more information. Thanks
    davidh
    Hi David,
    Can you give me a price for a 6" and a 12" posted to Australia, please.
    Cheers,
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    Cheers,
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    Re: Low Cost DRO's from Igaging

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe in Oz View Post
    Hi David,
    Can you give me a price for a 6" and a 12" posted to Australia, please.
    Cheers,
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    joe, im estimating in the $73 range. I figured a 5" diameter shipping tube about 16" long and about 3 lbs.

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    Re: Low Cost DRO's from Igaging

    Is there a specific unit for the quill? If so what's the difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by davidh View Post
    Again i am offering reote reading DRO’s for your lathe, mill, router, saw, etc. I still have a bunch of them. And 6” direct reading ones also for the quills.
    Igaging.com is where they are from, in lengths of 6”, 12”, 24” and 36”.
    Those little graduation marks on the little handwheels are really difficult to read for some of us, other just like the convince of knowing where they are and where they’re going . . .
    Contact me for more information. Thanks
    davidh

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    Re: Low Cost DRO's from Igaging

    for the quill, either a direct reading unit (similar to a digital caliper) or unit with a remote reader have been used.
    I did a direct reading one myself, just to not have to deal with another wire. however I may change it so I can have all three readers mounted on the same home made bracket. . .this is the way I did mine.
    IMG_0426 (600x800).jpg

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    igaging and accuremote dro's

    im going to do this again for the new guys that may be interested. . . . .adding Accuremote
    I was in the tool repair & sales business for many years and now that im retired I see a desire on the machining forums for things, usually by other retirees. many of which are trying to really watch their pennys as I am. I am offering my services to others that share my machining interests.

    Last May I became a distrib. for igaging tools and am offering them at very near cost, I had to buy a bunch of them to get the pricing I wanted. I have remote reading 6”, 12”, 24”, & 36” and 6” direct reading quill dro’s. like the ones on ebay, or check the “igaging.com” web site. they come with some misc’l mounting hardware and so far seem to be pretty decent in quality. I was also very impressed with a thing they call a cube level / bevel gadget and have a bunch of those too. they are very handy for putting parts in your mill vice at an angle based on the level of your table or mill, or setting the blades in your saw at an exact angle to the related parts of the machines. these can be shipped in a small flat rate box from the usps. you can read about all their products at their web site “igaging.com”. I have been placing orders from them about every two weeks when I run low on a product.

    I try to get the best shipping rates available and must pass that on to you of course.

    I am also a distrib. for a tool supplier call ALFATOOLS.com in ill. they have american, european and asian tools and miscl. where I have been offering quality drill sets, the most popular one is a 29 pc, USA made, stub drill set in a metal drill index for $57.50 shipped to your door

    I accept checks and will take paypal if you’d care to add 3% on to the total to pay their fee. my paypal account sez I am a business, but that’s how it was set up many years ago.

    I hope I can help you save a few bucks for more tools. . .

    Now to add to this, I have Accuremote DRO’s and their related products available and they have a web site at Accuremoteusa.com . let me know if I can be of assistance.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Is there a price list somewhere we can look at?

    Thanks,
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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Is there a price list somewhere we can look at?

    the accuremote site lists anytime tools as a seller and their prices can be seen here http://www.anytimesale.com/servlet/t...ote/Categories

    that being said I'd buy from David as he's a member here and give us good deals on the products he sells.

    Brian
    Last edited by calstar; 12-17-13 at 08:52 PM.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's & prices

    igaging dro’s
    6” 21.30
    12” 23.00
    24” 30.50
    36” 35.50
    angle / bevel cube 22.25

    accuremote dro’s & cube
    6” 33.05
    12” 46.85
    24” 71.00
    38” 82.00
    6” direct reading 29.35
    angle / bevel cube 29.80
    plus postage of course

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by calstar View Post
    Is there a price list somewhere we can look at?

    the accuremote site lists anytime tools as a seller and their prices can be seen here http://www.anytimesale.com/servlet/t...ote/Categories

    that being said I'd buy from David as he's a member here and give us good deals on the products he sells.

    Brian
    Thanks, Brian, I'm aware of that site but I was looking for actual prices from David. Interesting that that site is cheaper than Grizzly (where I bought mine originally).

    Quote Originally Posted by davidh View Post
    igaging dro’s
    6” 21.30
    12” 23.00
    24” 30.50
    36” 35.50
    angle / bevel cube 22.25

    accuremote dro’s & cube
    6” 33.05
    12” 46.85
    24” 71.00
    38” 82.00
    6” direct reading 29.35
    angle / bevel cube 29.80
    plus postage of course
    Thanks, David, I'll be looking for more of these in the future and your prices are very nice, I will be in touch.

    Quote Originally Posted by John_Dennis View Post
    What if anything, is different between iguaging and accuremote?
    John, I do not have the igaging style but from what I've read, the igaging are not built as well as the Accuremote (The seals are supposedly better and they're stainless steel) and they power down after a certain amount of time, while the Accuremote stays on and the DRO reads faster. I'm VERY happy with mine, but still not a true glass scale DRO.

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by John_Dennis View Post
    What if anything, is different between iguaging and accuremote?
    the igaging scales are extruded aluminum and do NOT power down. the accuracy is stated:
    6" .002
    12" .004
    24" .008 (these numbers are within the total length of the scales)
    36" .014
    my most humble opinion is that for many projects, and a hobby type person, these numbers are fine.

    the Accuremote scales are stainless steel, shiney and a bit more accurate. such as:

    6" .001
    12" .0015
    24" .002 (these also are within the total length of the scale)
    38" .003

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by davidh View Post
    the igaging scales are extruded aluminum and do NOT power down.
    I respectfully disagree as here is just a sample of folks that have these (feel free to google the igaging scales for yourself) and mention they do indeed power down quite quickly. I guess it's always possible that they improved upon this though:

    http://www.............................43/index5.html

    David, are you saying you've personally tested these that you are buying and selling and they do NOT power down anymore?

    Dave

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    I can tell you for a fact that the Igaging read-outs I got from David do not power down. I forgot to turn mine off and they were still on 24 hours later.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Leslie View Post
    I can tell you for a fact that the Igaging read-outs I got from David do not power down. I forgot to turn mine off and they were still on 24 hours later.
    Same here, I've been gone from my shop for over a month & hope I turned mine off.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Can these scales be cut?

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by fretsman View Post
    I respectfully disagree as here is just a sample of folks that have these (feel free to google the igaging scales for yourself) and mention they do indeed power down quite quickly. I guess it's always possible that they improved upon this though:

    http://www.............................43/index5.html

    David, are you saying you've personally tested these that you are buying and selling and they do NOT power down anymore?

    Dave
    I have 3 of the igaging. The newer ones do not power down. Which is good, but if you forget to turn them off the batteries they will die quickly. Luckily I found a cheap source for batteries on Ebay, 50 batteries for $10.

    I tried wiring in a dc plug in power source but it would not work. I'm not sure why but I suspect that it wasn't a pure DC voltage. They would turn on, but wouldn't register any movement. So the stockpile of batteries was plan B.
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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Excellent, thanks so much for the updated information. This is great to know and I appreciate the input as being able to use the cheaper ones will come in handy for things like a drill press, router table etc.

    Dave

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by KenS View Post
    Can these scales be cut?
    Yes, to any length you desire.
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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by fretsman View Post
    I respectfully disagree as here is just a sample of folks that have these (feel free to google the igaging scales for yourself) and mention they do indeed power down quite quickly. I guess it's always possible that they improved upon this though:

    http://www.............................43/index5.html

    David, are you saying you've personally tested these that you are buying and selling and they do NOT power down anymore?

    Dave
    yes dave, and as others have concurred, the older ones did power down but there were some problems with those and when they were improved, they disabled or took out the timer circuit, and I double checked with the importer to be certain. . . .

    I am currently working on a larger capacity battery pack for mine. something like a "plug and play" type thing. I nearly have the prototype done but the holiday season has pretty much taken over my spare time.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Hey David, I sent you a pm... never sure if they go thru.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    pm sent!

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Still waiting for a reply.
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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by richl View Post
    Still waiting for a reply.
    I just sent a return private message to you. . . . . . sorry for the delay, I thought I did it already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidh View Post
    im going to do this again for the new guys that may be interested. . . . .adding Accuremote
    I was in the tool repair & sales business for many years and now that im retired I see a desire on the machining forums for things, usually by other retirees. many of which are trying to really watch their pennys as I am. I am offering my services to others that share my machining interests.

    Last May I became a distrib. for igaging tools and am offering them at very near cost, I had to buy a bunch of them to get the pricing I wanted. I have remote reading 6”, 12”, 24”, & 36” and 6” direct reading quill dro’s. like the ones on ebay, or check the “igaging.com” web site. they come with some misc’l mounting hardware and so far seem to be pretty decent in quality. I was also very impressed with a thing they call a cube level / bevel gadget and have a bunch of those too. they are very handy for putting parts in your mill vice at an angle based on the level of your table or mill, or setting the blades in your saw at an exact angle to the related parts of the machines. these can be shipped in a small flat rate box from the usps. you can read about all their products at their web site “igaging.com”. I have been placing orders from them about every two weeks when I run low on a product

    I try to get the best shipping rates available and must pass that on to you of course.

    I am also a distrib. for a tool supplier call ALFATOOLS.com in ill. they have american, european and asian tools and miscl. where I have been offering quality drill sets, the most popular one is a 29 pc, USA made, stub drill set in a metal drill index for $57.50 shipped to your door

    I accept checks and will take paypal if you’d care to add 3% on to the total to pay their fee. my paypal account sez I am a business, but that’s how it was set up many years ago.

    I hope I can help you save a few bucks for more tools. . .

    Now to add to this, I have Accuremote DRO’s and their related products available and they have a web site at Accuremoteusa.com . let me know if I can be of assistance.
    I bought mine 2 months ago from Grizzly. So far I only have the X axis mounted. If I need anymore I will get Accuremore.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    I am looking to mount these to my Maximat 7, but would like to see a copy of the instructions first. Can you PM me a copy, or direct me to a site that has them?

    Thanks.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    There's a fellow that has built a full featured DRO using the IGaging scales along with an Arduino and an Android tablet. I've bought all the stuff to put one together for an Atlas mill, but I havn't had a chance to put it on yet. The code is available free, and he has step by step instructions on his website. It looks pretty neat, I can speak more for it after I get mine going . Heres the link:

    http://www.yuriystoys.com/p/android-dro.html

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by JeffInMonterey View Post
    I am looking to mount these to my Maximat 7, but would like to see a copy of the instructions first. Can you PM me a copy, or direct me to a site that has them?

    Thanks.

    Jeff

    either of the web sites have the specs and instructions. . . I guess they don't have mounting instructions. anyone that has mounted them including myself could advise on your mounting . that machine you have is fairly easy as most likely you can get at all sides. yes ?
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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Mine don't power down you have to shut them off.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Quote Originally Posted by Hexhead View Post
    Mine don't power down you have to shut them off.
    I have two igaging scales, purchased at different times, one powers down by it's self and the other will stay on forever; but the battery has lasted over one year and is still going strong. I could never figure out if this is a defect or a design change.

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    Re: igaging and accuremote dro's

    Mine (purchased last summer) don't power down either, at least not for quite awhile... I was wondering about that.

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